A health brigade reaches San Juan de Mocoví to help with child nutrition. WFP assists pre and postnatal mothers and their children aged 2-6. As an incentive to attend the health checks, women and children receive Super Cereal (precooked corn and soybean flour) and vegetable oil with vitamin A. (Copyright: WFP/Marcial Humerez).
In the community of San Juan de Mocoví, some 150 kilometres from the city of Trinidad, in Bolivia, the United Nations is making a difference in the lives of 25 indigenous families. This zone, prone to flooding and other natural disasters, benefits from resources of the UN Trust Fund for Human Security (UNHSTF) implemented by three agencies: WFP, FAO and UNICEF.
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